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Prego Expo Giveaway

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The Prego Expo is coming to Phoenix October 26th at the Phoenix Convention Center. It will be held at 100 N 3rd Street. General Admission is $15 before the show and $18 at the door (day of show). 12 and under are free. VIP Admission is at 11am and General Admission is 11:30am. Event End…

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Lights of The World Phoenix

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  If you are looking for a Light show in Central Phoenix, Lights of the World incorporates a ton of different features that you won’t see anywhere else. Plus, there are acrobatic shows and carnival rides that are included in the cost of admission! With over 65 light displays and 6 million lights, music and…

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Lyman Lake State Park

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If you are looking for a camping getaway that has a lake for fishing, boating, petroglyphs, hiking and more, Lyman Lake is for you! With no restrictions on boat size (as of 2018), Lyman Lake has cabins, RV hook up areas and campsites for all types of campers. There are full service bathrooms (running water)…

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Oggi’s Glendale Summer Lovin’ Menu

Oggi's glendale summer loving menu

Oggi’s in Glendale has a “Summer Lovin’ Menu” and it is amazing! I had the yumm Summertime Salad, which has arugula, honey lemon vinaigrette, pickled onions, candied walnuts, dried cranberries, fresh apple slides, and Feta Cheese. I had the Duck Dive Hefenweizen with it and it was a delicious combination of sweet and tart! I…

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Wet N Wild Vs Big Surf

Have you been to Wet N Wild or Big Surf? These two water parks in the Phoenix are well known for their rides, slides and wave pools! Many times, people love to have a comparison list to decide which park is better for their family! So, here is our list comparing Wet N Wild and…

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CenturyLink Teachers and Technology

Munchie Coding class

Technology is an ever-changing area in our world today, and I’m happy to be able to tell you all about CenturyLink’s Teachers and Technology Program! As professionals and parents educate their children, there is an increasing demand for computer technology to be incorporated into schoolwork, and that can be hard on school budgets.    …

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Are you thinking about Homeschooling in Arizona?

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School work, kids schedules, work schedules, large class sizes and personalized education are just some of the reasons that people are thinking about homeschooling in Arizona. If you have contemplated it and are wondering more about it, I’m here to help! Some basics of homeschooling in Arizona There are online schools that are actually public…

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RedForEd Teacher Walkout April 26th 2018

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  The teachers have been speaking with the governor and the government to have more funding for schools and higher salaries. While Governor Ducey has made promises to fund education and increase pay by 20% by the year 2020, a majority of teachers would like to see this happen sooner and see more. RedForED will…

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Playgrounds Dart Zone

Are you looking for an indoor place to play WITH your kids? Do you need a place for your teens and tweens? Have a group that needs a new outing? Playgrounds Dart Zone is perfect for full family fun, and is easily located off of the 101 and Union Hills. PLUS, it is in the same plaza as Playgrounds Fun Zone and Cafe!

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Oggi’s Glendale

Oggi's glendale summer loving menu

Oggi’s in Glendale has a “Summer Lovin’ Menu” and it is amazing! I had the yumm Summertime Salad, which has arugula, honey lemon vinaigrette, pickled onions, candied walnuts, dried cranberries, fresh apple slides, and Feta Cheese. I had the Duck Dive Hefenweizen with it and it was a delicious combination of sweet and tart! I…

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Bearizona-Williams AZ

We took a drive up to Williams, AZ to Bearizona on Homeschool day. With $5 per person admission, I just couldn’t say no to that price! Williams, AZ is about 2 1/2 hour drive from Surprise. It is a beautiful, but hilly drive up, up and up some mountains. There is a good long distance…

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Pueblo Grande Museum and Ruins-Phoenix

There are so many museums in the Phoenix area that are hidden in plain sight that I often forget to check them out until an event slaps me across the face. Pueblo Grande Museum in Phoenix offered an archaeology class that was great for 7 year olds. Munchie has been into dinosaurs lately, so  this…

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Low Budget Movers

Are you planning a move to a new home? Or just have a big item like a safe, pool table or piano and need some help to move it? Low Budget Movers is here to save the day! Located in the Phoenix Valley, Low Budget Movers has a fully trained team to make your next…

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Fall Festivals and Halloween Events 2018

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Check out our 2019 post here The Fall in Arizona brings cooler weather, thank goodness!  We have your Fall Festivals and Halloween Events valley wide and beyond. October Events All October Long Spooktacular Golf at Golfland Sunsplash-155 W Hampton Ave, Mesa Friday and Saturday nights starting September 30th, Fall break and Sunday Oct. 30th and…

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Sea Life Camp

Munchie was able to take part in an amazing opportunity, Sea Life Aquarium Camp! A full day “away from mom” (we homeschool) was different for him. The camp ran from 9am-3pm for a week and had classroom and Aquarium components, and they even took a field trip outside to the wash to take a look…

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